BEST WESTERN Salford Hall Hotel

Address: Evesham Road, Abbots Salford, Worcestershire, England, WR11 8UT, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Evesham Road, Abbots Salford, is near Charlecote Park, Evesham Country Park, The Domestic Fowl Trust, and Ragley Hall.
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    Travel Blogs from Abbots Salford

    Black Country Salvage Yard

    A travel blog entry by ianinaboat on Sep 08, 2015

    1 comment

    ... Living Museum is a large open air museum with houses, shops, mines, collierys and even a canal bridge that have been relocated from around the black country brick by brick, the only original features are the canal itself and the limestone kilns, although the tops had to be extensively repaired and they are only reach a few feet above ground level rather than going meters into the air.

    They seem to be constantly expanding, I'm sure last time I was there they didn't ...

    We found a grave ...

    A travel blog entry by pandmdane on Sep 08, 2015

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    ... The thought came to Mary, " I wonder is my great great grand parents are buried here as well. There was a funeral in progress so the record keeper was in his office. Mary recalled his name was Barry (she can't remember my favourite beer) and he was able to find their records. Turns out that the headstone is in a prime position out the front of the church in view of the pub. It's in very good condition and lists the ...

    Travelling South

    A travel blog entry by pandmdane on Sep 07, 2015

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    ... s ATM and we are away again. When we finally found our accommodation, it turns out to be a building owned by the Teachers Union. A huge centre with accommodation, dining, bars and training rooms. Our room is tiny but perfectly adequate. Mary booked this place and has chosen well. The bistro bar is very comfortable and the food is first class. A glass or two of Cocker Hoop added to the enjoyment. We are very close to where we are going tomorrow, so all is ...

    Day 10 Thursday

    A travel blog entry by jasmacc on Aug 27, 2015

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    Off to Bath today. Drive took about 1.5hours. We even had a stint on the M4. First stop the Roman Baths. That was very interesting. The ruins were very good . After seeing that, we walked around Bath and went to the Circus and the Royal crescent impressive sight. Great photo ops. Then we left bath and headed to Lacock Abbey. Another interesting ...

    A good start to our trip....

    A travel blog entry by mrbluesky on May 20, 2015

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    ... countryside. The weather was warm and sunny so we walked up to The Apricot Village, Aynho - named for the abundance of apricot trees growing up the mellow yellow stone houses. Lovely village but disappointing pub and crazy busy road! Continued on to moor up in a pleasant rural location for quiet evening and Broadchurch Series 2.